Smuts are minute parasitic plants belonging to the great group fungi. By their action they cause diseases of higher plants. The two smuts which cause the greatest damage in the United States, and which for this reason will be chiefly considered here, are the loose smut of oats and the stinking smuts of wheat
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United States. Division of Vegetable Pathology
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